You can move to any cell in the direction of the arrow that the cell you are currently in shows. Get to the central empty cell. Comes with instructions, solution and home page icon. Uses 15% memory. This maze is actually found in Verden, Germany, as a walk-on maze for the pedestrians.
Under some cases, one might want to add a bit of non deterministic behavior to the Pronto. This CCF demonstrates a pseudo jump button that when pressed jumps to either panel a or b, in an apparently random fashion.
A handy place to store reminders for things to do, movies to watch, or notes to other family members. Six entries per weekday, each with its own timer. Easy data entry without ProntoEdit. Uses 4% system memory.
You are at the cell with the white number, which determines how far you may move horizontally or vertically. Your goal is to reach the bottom right cell. Complete, with help page, solution and home page icon.
Just open calgen.doc in MS Word and run the start macro. A CSF file named xxxx.csf is saved in the current folder, where xxxx is the year you make a calendar for. Compile this file to CFF format with the ccf compiler/decompiler, available elsewhere in this section. Original calendar design by Martin Henning.
For those with VCRs not equiped with tape management systems, here is a little utility to help you keep track of your recordings. You can store data for 10 videotapes (playback time, svhs/vhs) with up to 4 recordings per tape (title, start, stop, SP/LP). Just use the built in pronto labeling function to enter the data. Requires 7% of memory on 1Mb remotes.